At Hyde Park Junior School we believe a school should be a learning community, a place where everyone has the same chance to develop and succeed, where all should aspire to excellence. At our school individuality and difference are celebrated and everyone is valued. As a 21st century school, we are preparing our pupils for a future where they may do jobs that don't exist yet, using technologies not yet invented. We are relentless in pursuing high standards in English and Mathematics but we know we must ensure that our pupils are resilient and have a positive attitude to challenge and change. We are developing a curriculum that helps them to build up the mental, emotional, social and strategic resources needed to cope well with uncertainty and complexity.
This is an exciting time for the school, in 2015 we formed a federated Governing Body with Hyde Park Infant School and in January of 2019 both school became academies and joined the Horizon Multi Academy Trust (MAT). Mrs Hill and I are working together, to ensure that all our children enjoy the positive, challenging experience of school that every child deserves.
Hyde Park Schools’ Values
We are inclusive, confident and enterprising learners who are brave, curious, optimistic and kind. We are ready to embrace the future.
To us this means:
Valuing and respecting everyone for themselves and their contribution to the team by:
ensuring that the curriculum and resources reflect and embrace diversity
planning and promoting opportunities for pupils to experience the diversity of Modern Britain
Encouraging all to be brave and embrace challenges through a range of opportunities by:
building a secure environment to explore and experience uncertainty
developing self-awareness and learning how to manage feelings
promoting positive relationships by learning how to collaborate to manage conflict
valuing effort and perseverance in all learning celebrating personal achievements
Promote, support and encourage enthusiasm and determination in our approached to learning by:
creating opportunities for experimentation, investigation and thoughtful enquiry
encourage and open-minded, creative approach to solving problems
having flexible adaptable thinking to make connections in learning
seeing unlimited opportunities for the future